Daniel Hinerfeld

Spokesman, National Resources Defense Council

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Spokesman for the National Resources Defense Council; resident of Santa Monica, California

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Join Elvis Mitchell and Avatar director James Cameron for a special online edition of The Treatment, recorded live at a benefit for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

Avatar's James Cameron at the NRDC Event

Join Elvis Mitchell and Avatar director James Cameron for a special online edition of The Treatment, recorded live at a benefit for the Natural Resources Defense Council.

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how his Buick LeSabre accelerated through a crowded farmers' market, killing 10
people and…

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